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[image]PROJECT MERCURY CAPSULE SHAKE TEST - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY CAPSULE SHAKE TEST
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY SERVO GYRO INSTRUMENTATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY SERVO GYRO INSTRUMENTATION
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 25
[image]Mercury Project - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
A one-sixth scale model of the Mercury capsule being tested in the 300-mph 7 x 10-foot wind tunnel.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF MISSILE AND 7 ASTRONAUTS - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - PUBLICITY PHOTOGRAPHS OF MISSILE AND 7 ASTRONAUTS
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - LITTLE JOE TEST - SAM LAUNCHED USING A RHESUS MONKEY - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - LITTLE JOE TEST - SAM LAUNCHED USING A RHESUS MONKEY
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[image]Astronaut Virgil I. Grissom - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
Astronaut Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom, one of the original seven astronauts for Mercury Project selected by NASA on April 27, 1959. The MR-4 mission, boosted by the Mercury-Redstone vehicle, made the second marned suborbital flight. The capsule, Liberty Bell 7, sank into the sea after the splashdown.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE RIG INSTALLATION AND AMMONIA SYSTEM OF CAPSULE NO. 2 - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE RIG INSTALLATION AND AMMONIA SYSTEM OF CAPSULE NO. 2
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]5-foot Vertical Wind Tunnel - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
The researcher is sitting above the exit cone of the 5-foot Vertical Wind Tunnel and is examining the new 6-component spinning balance. This balance was developed between 1930 and 1933. It was an important advance in the technology of rotating or rolling balances. As M.J. Bamber and C.H. Zimmerman wrote in NACA TR 456: "Data upon the aerodynamic characteristics of a spinning airplane may be obtained in several ways; namely, flight tests with full-scale airplanes, flight tests with balanced model...
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE NO. II AFTERBODY OPERATIONS - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE NO. II AFTERBODY OPERATIONS
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[image]Model of mercury (Redstone booster) - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Model of mercury (Redstone booster) carrying the spacecraft in the Unitary Plan wind tunnel for testing.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]Mercury Project - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Model of Mercury capsule used for wind tunnel testing.
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE TEST OF AFTERBODY - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE TEST OF AFTERBODY
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[image]Mercury Project - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Publicity photograph of a technician measuring a wind tunnel model of the Little Joe test vehicle. Joseph Shortal noted that (vol. 3, p. 29): "The largest project at Wallops in support of Mercury was the Little Joe project, designed to qualify the abort-escape system under flight conditions." James Hansen (p. 47) writes: "STG engineers Max Faget and Paul Purser, then of Langley's PARD, had conceived Little Joe as a space capsule test vehicle even before the establishment of NASA and the formatio...
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]photo-s61_03744 - NASA
S61-03744 (July 1961) --- Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., backup astronaut for MR-4, inspects the interior of a Mercury Spacecraft on Pad 5. He is reviewing material on the checklist he is holding against the consoles in front of him.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - LITTLE JOE TEST - SAM LAUNCHED USING A RHESUS MONKEY - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - LITTLE JOE TEST - SAM LAUNCHED USING A RHESUS MONKEY
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]photo-64_14869 - NASA
S64-14869 (JANUARY 1962) (ARCHIVAL PHOTO) Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr., attired in a training version of a Mercury space suit, takes a break from training for the MA-6 mission scheduled for launch aboard the Friendship 7 spacecraft.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - DISPLAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT COMMANDER DONALD PATRICK - DIRECTOR OF PORT CONTROL WILLIAM ROGERS - HERBERT BRECKMACHER MANAGER OF CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - MORGAN LAUER MANAGER OF OPERATIONS - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - DISPLAY AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT COMMANDER DONALD PATRICK - DIRECTOR OF PORT CONTROL WILLIAM ROGERS - HERBERT BRECKMACHER MANAGER OF CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK AT CLEVELAND HOPKINS AIRPORT - MORGAN LAUER MANAGER OF OPERATIONS
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]MERCURY FULL PRESS SUIT FOR INCORPORATION INTO A TECHNICAL PAPER - NASA
MERCURY FULL PRESS SUIT FOR INCORPORATION INTO A TECHNICAL PAPER
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - ALIGNING AFTERBODY WITH PRESSURE CHAMBER IN SHEET METAL SHOP - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - ALIGNING AFTERBODY WITH PRESSURE CHAMBER IN SHEET METAL SHOP
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - BIG JOE NO. 2 IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT SHOP - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - BIG JOE NO. 2 IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT SHOP
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[image]Mercury Project - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Scale model of Mercury capsule shape B, indicating the position of the astronaut. Project Mercury: Before the configuration was finalized, this model depicted a proposal that was very close to the final design of the Project Mercury spacecraft. The bell shaped capsule, with the astronaut lying in a fitted couch inside, were considerations to be carried into the actual vehicle.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 28
[image]PROJECT MERCURY - GIMBALING RIG SHOWN IN MOTION IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
PROJECT MERCURY - GIMBALING RIG SHOWN IN MOTION IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]Main instrument panel for the Mercury spacecraft - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Drawing of the main instrument panel for the Mercury spacecraft.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE RIG INSTALLATION AND AMMONIA SYSTEM OF CAPSULE NO. 2 - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - SHAKE RIG INSTALLATION AND AMMONIA SYSTEM OF CAPSULE NO. 2
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE MODEL IN THE 18X18 INCH WIND TUNNEL - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE MODEL IN THE 18X18 INCH WIND TUNNEL
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ROCKET TEST RIG FOR CAPSULE MANEUVERING - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ROCKET TEST RIG FOR CAPSULE MANEUVERING
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - ASTRONAUT WALTER M SCHIRRA JUNIOR VISIT TO NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER TO TEST GIMBALING RIG IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - ASTRONAUT WALTER M SCHIRRA JUNIOR VISIT TO NASA LEWIS RESEARCH CENTER TO TEST GIMBALING RIG IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]Paresev on lakebed with Mercury astronaut Gus Grissom and Dryden test pilot Milt Thompson - NASA/Dryden Flight Research Center (NASA-DFRC)
NASA Flight Research Center Paresev 1-A with Mercury Astronaut Gus Grissom (left) and NASA test pilot Milton Thompson. Do you suppose they are wondering if all those clouds will mean a canceled flight?
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[image]Mercury Project - Little Joe capsule - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Assembling the Little Joe capsule. This workman signed and taped in a twenty-dollar bill to be carried along with the mission. The capsules were manufactured "in-house" by Langley technicians. Joseph Shortal wrote (vol. 3, p. 32): "Design of the Little Joe capsules began at Langley before McDonnell started on the design of the Mercury capsule and was, therefore, a separate design. Although it was not designed to carry a man, it did have to carry a monkey...
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]Attempted Recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of MR-4 mission - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Attempted recovery of Mercury spacecraft at end of the Mercury-Redstone 4 (MR-4) mission. A crewman in the helecopter lowers the recovery cable towards the capsule.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]MERCURY MEDICAL KIT - NASA
MERCURY MEDICAL KIT
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]LDEF (Prelaunch), SAEF, Bays A-F - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
A prelaunch photograph taken in the SAEF at KSC with the LDEF on the LDEF Assembly and Transport System provides an overall side view of LDEF Bays A thru F on Rows 2 thru 5 after experiment installation on the LDEF. The green tint of the photograph is the result of the SAEF II mercury vapor overhead lights.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]Dr. von Braun Visiting McDornell Aircraft - NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center
In this undated photograph, Dr. von Braun is shown during a visit to McDonnell Aircraft to inspect Mercury spacecraft manufacturing.
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Downloads: 28
[image]Little Joe (LJ1A): Only true Boilerplate capsule - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
The Mercury capsule and escape tower are being lowered onto the Little Joe booster for launch on August 21, 1959. Joseph Shortal described this as follows (vol. 3, p. 33): "The Little Joe booster was assembled at Wallops on its special launcher in a vertical attitude. It is shown in the [on the left] with the work platform in place. The launcher was located on a special concrete slab in Launching Area 1...
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST AFTER FIRST RUN IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST AFTER FIRST RUN IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]Mercury capsule floatation tests - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
A model of the Mercury capsule undergoes floatation tests. Photograph published in Winds of Change, 75th Anniversary NASA publication (page 76), by James Schultz.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - JOE ALGRANTI MODELING ASTRONAUT SPACE CHAIR IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - JOE ALGRANTI MODELING ASTRONAUT SPACE CHAIR IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - ESCAPE ROCKET TEST IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
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[image]MERCURY SPACECRAFT - LINE DRAWING - NASA
Line drawing of Main instrument panel for Mercury Spacecraft.
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[image]Survival equipment kit for the Mercury astronauts - NASA/Johnson Space Center (NASA-JSC)
Survival equipment kit for the Mercury astronauts.
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[image]MERCURY ION THRUSTER - NASA/Glenn Research Center
MERCURY ION THRUSTER
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[image]PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - LAUNCHING AND RECOVERY OF LITTLE JOE
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 25
[image]Mercury: Little Joe (LJ1) launcher - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Technicians attach the escape tower to the Mercury capsule prior to assembly with Little Joe (LJ1) launcher, August 20, 1959. Joseph Shortal describe this as follows (vol. 3., p. 33): "The escape tower and rocket motors were taken from the Mercury capsule production. The tower is shown being attached to the capsule.... The escape rocket was a Grand Central 1-KS-52000 motor with three canted nozzles...
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 22
[image]MERCURY FULL PRESS SUIT FOR INCORPORATION INTO A TECHNICAL PAPER - NASA
MERCURY FULL PRESS SUIT FOR INCORPORATION INTO A TECHNICAL PAPER
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 11
[image]PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE NO. 2 FABRICATION - NASA/Glenn Research Center
PROJECT MERCURY - CAPSULE NO. 2 FABRICATION
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 25
[image]PROJECT MERCURY GIMBALING RIG WITH MAN IN SPACE COUCH IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT - NASA/Glenn Research Center (NASA-GRC)
PROJECT MERCURY GIMBALING RIG WITH MAN IN SPACE COUCH IN THE ALTITUDE WIND TUNNEL AWT
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 12
[image]Mercury Project - NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
Scale model of Mercury capsule shape B, indicating the position of the astronaut.
Keywords: What -- Mercury
Downloads: 22
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